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document Basic Analog Television Service
Basic Analog Television Service is provided at many Pavlov Media-serviced communities and is accessible with a simple “plug-n-play” feature to an analog or digital television. To determine if Pavlov Media provides Basic Television Service, check with your leasing office. To watch basic television service, you need a coaxial cable and a cable-ready television. After connecting a coaxial...
18 Aug, 2015 Views: 3355
document Basic Digital Television Service
At many of our properties, Pavlov Media provides a high quality digital television service with standard definition and high definition channels. To receive these channels, you must have what is called a “clear QAM” tuner. This can be built into your television or be a separate set-top box. QAM (quadrature amplitude modulation) is the format by which digital cable channels are encoded and...
18 Aug, 2015 Views: 3448
document Connecting a Chromecast Device
Chromecast is a thumb-sized media streaming device that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV. Chromecast works with a growing number of apps, including Netflix, HBO GO, YouTube, WatchESPN & Pandora. To setup a Chromecast for use, please follow the manufacturer’s directions that came with your device. For online setup directions you can try this Chromecast Setup page. Troubleshooting...
09 Mar, 2015 Views: 9786
document Connecting a Roku Streaming Video Player
The advent of internet TV has brought many new devices to market, among them the Roku player. This is a type of digital media receiver that allows customers to access internet streamed video or audio services through televisions. This includes subscription-based services as well as services that are available through the receiver free of charge. Each new generation of the Roku offers more power...
28 Dec, 2016 Views: 6527
document Digital Television Service Setup
To connect your television to the digital television service from Pavlov Media you television must have a QAM tuner built in (not ATSC) or an external QAM tuner. In most cases, performing a simple channel scan will locate all the provided channels To begin, you need a coaxial cable and a cable-ready television with a QAM tuner. Connect the coaxial cable from the wall plate video connection to...
27 Aug, 2015 Views: 5482
document General Blackout Details
General Blackout Details A sporting event may be blacked out when one broadcaster purchases the rights to an event, meaning no other broadcasters will show the event. There are national blackouts and regional market blackouts: National blackouts occur when a local channel, or a Regional Sports Network, purchases the rights to the event. In these cases, the event will not be available to any...
22 Dec, 2014 Views: 1503
document iView 3500STBII Channel Scan
How to perform a channel scan on the iView 3500STBII external QAM tuner If your television does not support QAM tuning and you have had to purchase an external QAM tuner you will have to perform a channel scan before you can receive the Pavlov Media video content. The model described below is for the iView 3500STBII unit that Pavlov Media has tested to work with our system. Before beginning,...
01 Oct, 2015 Views: 6268
document Non-connection Related Video Problems
For all inquires relating to problems with your video service, Pavlov Media can only help you with the video connection we provide. For all inquiries for DVD, Blu-Ray, or VCR connections, or how to connect an Xbox, PlayStation-PS2, PS3, or PS4, Wii, or Roku and other streaming media players to your television, you need to refer to the manufacturer's instructions. Or visit their website for...
03 Feb, 2017 Views: 2937
document Television Connection Troubleshooting
With the advent of digital televisions, setup and troubleshooting of your video connection has become slightly more difficult. But the basic rules still apply. Before beginning any troubleshooting, locate the manual for your television, either the printed copy that came with the set, or an online version from the Internet. There is typically a troubleshooting guide in the back that will help...
04 Sep, 2015 Views: 6140
document TiVo Setup Instructions
The TiVo DVR can be made to work with Pavlov Media's Clear QAM television signal. Since Pavlov Media provides all our television channels 'in the clear' or unencrypted, there is no need for a cable card to use your TiVo DVR with our service. If you can connect to our wired or wireless Internet service, you should be able to receive the proper channel guides through your TiVo. NOTICE: If you...
30 Sep, 2015 Views: 2887
document Troubleshooting issues with your DIRECTV™ video service
If you have a DIRECTV receiver at your location (not standard video service without a receiver) follow the directions below to resolve problems with your video service. Picture Quality Issues: If you experience problems with with the video quality check your cable connections between your TV and the receiver. For the best connection on an HD Receiver, use the HDMI or component outputs,...
05 Jan, 2015 Views: 2444
document Troubleshooting issues with your DISH™ video service
If you have a DISH™ receiver at your location (not standard video service without a receiver) follow the directions below to resolve problems with your video service. Picture Quality Issues: If you experience problems with with the video quality check your cable connections between your TV and the receiver. For the best connection on an HD Receiver, use the HDMI or component outputs,...
05 Jan, 2015 Views: 2006
document TV Channel Guide
Introduction Pavlov Media does not provide an online channel guide through your television. Due to the variance in modern televisions the built-in guide function does not display properly in many television sets using the Clear QAM method. We do provide printed guides to the properties and a PDF version that should be available from your property management office. Pavlov Media does however,...
24 Feb, 2017 Views: 54741
document Types of Sports Blackouts
Here are several types of sports blackouts that pertain separately to individual event types and broadcasts. National Blackouts Games are occasionally blacked out on national sports coverage channels such as ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, TNT, etc. These blackouts occur when a Regional Sports Network (RSN), or another local channel, has the rights to the game in the designated geographical...
23 Dec, 2014 Views: 2618


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